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MAJORS WILL DOT
SHORTEN SEASONS
Two Big Leagues Will Have Conven
Sjf.-Uional 156 Games on Their
pv 1917 Playing
Schedules.
FOLLOW LINES OP PAST
Coming Meeting of the National Com­
mission Promises More Than
the Usual Run of
Activity.
Press
[By H. C. Hamilton, United
Staff Correspondent.]
NEW YORK, Dec. 27.—When the
National and American league sched
ule committee get together next
month to frame the annual playing
program, the two major circuits will
not cut their playing season from the
conventional 156 games to 140 as has Christie.
been suggested. Plans already have
been laid for these schedules and
they will follow the lines of former
years.
The business of schedule making
requires considerable effort and lots
of quiet. Hence it often comes to
pass that French Lick, Indiana, or
some other place remote from thei
centers of baseball is the location.
STRIKES AND SPARES
i-
r,v
siSv
—if
the bowling league. The scores:
Standard Four.
TLong 130 124
iJ'rankenfield 151 138
Counter 134 159
SI Robertson 331 145
3®eal 130 130
Burk 157 122
5 McNamara 184 138
2 Sand 161 136
130!
911
157
IT 813 720 850
Tonight.
3
River Smelter vs. Pollard's Eakery.
SALEM.
Tuesday morning Alva Campbell ar
/•riKd from LaPlata, Missouri, to visit
JEhis sisters, Mrs. Jerome Campbell,
?6alem Mrs. Frank MaMillan, ML
PleasanL
4
Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Rawhouser and
daughter. Arlene, departed Saturday
^evening to spend Christmas with Mrs.
(Rawhouser's mother and sister, Mrs.
Oglevee and Mrs. Leslie Mattoon, and
family at Ottumwa.
Miss Bertha Pitman, student of
3owa State college, Cedar Falls, is
enjoying holiday vacation with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Pit
man.
Samuel Logan and wife of Elmore,
(Minn., spent last week with the form
er's father and the latter's sisters,
Amos Logan, Mrs. J. T. In grim and
Mrs. Maria Comer.
The Sunday schools each observed
Christmas. Congregational entertain
ment Saturday evening. Friend's
Sunday morning. M. E. program Sun
day evening.
•High school closed Friday with ap-
farge
iropriate Christmas exercises. A
tree loaded with gifts from
medirtT.T
was a
mother
MAY EE SECOND
BOB FITZ sIMMONS
Darcy's arrival will recall to mind
the coming of Bob Fitzsimmons, over
twenty-six years ago, says a sporting
editor.
Bach man was the greatest middle
weight of their times. Each left the
Antipodes under adverse circum
stances. Fitz, you know, had to fake
a fight with Jim Hall in order to obtain
his fare across. Darcy is leaving dur
ing a time of war. However, he prob
ably is not defying the military au
thorities as much as he Is the busi
ness interests of Snowy Baker.
Lanky Bob arrived unheralded, and
was tried out by Billy McCarthy in
San Francisco. He defeated McCar
thy and one or two others so easily
that he was soon matched with Jack
that he was soon matcneo wiin j»c»
Americans.
The schedule committee will meet
immediately after the session of the
national committee, which is
on the cards for next Tuesday.
meeting will be held in Cincinnati, g^ons! We'shatt"see!
but the location of the affair of draft-'
ing a schedule is something of a
mystery. As a matter of fact It al
ways is a mystery.
last year.
n,s
Barney Dreyfuss and John Heyd
Jer, assisted by President John K.Milwaukee fisht promoter, is here to
Tener, are the schedule demons of
the older circuit, while Ban Johnson
usually does most of the work for
the American league, assisted by his
secretary.
The coming meeting of the na
tional commission promises more
than the usual run of activity. The
•plea of, the minor leagues for a sep
arate commission to which they can
appeal their cases from the national
board, and the request of the class
AA leagues for elimination of the
draft system will come up for serious
discussion.
Fitz Holland beat him
twice In 1914, once in eighteen
I They say he is greater than Fitz-
OFFERS $25,000
FOR DARCY BOUT
1
CHICAGO. Dec. 27.—Tom
er* buQdle9 of curre^y with whlch
'he hopes to tempt Les Darcy into
1 some matches. Rumors also say he
will endeavor to ally himself witn
Tex Rickard and Samuel McCracken
r°'jin negotiations for a lease on Madi-
13^json
Azinger Ice Co.
-»{H. Azinger 15.°, 181
"I
Sargent 15S 143
Square.
676 716 6671
1751 grim of this department could give
212jthe parliamentarian from Artesian
the names of several pieces of asinin
ity who have broken into that body,
whom, if he could get them to pose
as horrible examples, would send his
bill over the line with a whoop.
Santa Claus, was a feature of the
closing of the grammar schools. Two
weeks vacation for the pupils.
W. T. Shriner and wife, their two
sons. Dee and family And Charles,
have gone south to spend the winter
on the gulf coast.
!M1sb
WEAKER and WEAKER
unU1 after
®^'war(Jsport, Ind., Mrs. Frank Hulen. said: "Ihad had good
worn in nre a&ys, now
and
aoottled
Mabel Wilmeth was a visitor
at Chicago the first of last week.
Mi?s Mattie Binford is a guest of
relatives at Lowell.
H. S. Brown was with relatives at
Mt. Pleasant from Friday until Mon
day.
The Farmers' union of Alabama
plans, the establishment of a co-oper-
the birth of my first child." Mrs. Hulen then
how she was not given proper advice, thought she could
•ha JL.*
go about
•ho wp
awui
her work ln five days, how from that time on
weaker, suffering intense agony, was given
the pain, but the pains soon came again. "I
Xlra- Hu,en.
"my friends thought I'd die. my
It my nerved take Cardci. In a short while after I took
I was well irtJ«lleved
aad 1 could
s^P
TR*
and
•aved my lif-J» TJ Praise Cardui as long as I live for I can truthfully say it
rest better. ln four weeks
Cardul Your druggist sells it.
USED 40 TEAKS
I The Woman's Tonic
AS All E8CO 8TOBKS Ml
"f2s
GYM IS TO OPEN'
Dempfley for *. —«b— 25t
plonship of the world. This memor
able battle was fought January 14,
1891, Fitz winning in thirteen rounds.
That was the first great achievement
of Fitz's career—a career that proved
him to be one of the greatest, if not
the greatest fighter the game has
known.
Darcy Is the legitimate middle-
SSSU
CT"'™iw.
leading middlewelghts except Gibbons
—whom he has never met, McGoorty,
Clabby, Nick King. Duck Crouse,
George Chip. Jeff Smith (foul), Geo:
tr A UHlr Wnrrar and HllS
Darcy
Association Department Will' Have
Been Fumigated Twice
by Saturday
V"
Night.
SOME
ther
a
Assistance for Mr. Dowdell.
Hinton Gazette: Emmett Dowdell,
a newly elected member of the legis
149 Mature in Sourh Dakota, is going to
155 introduce a bill to abolish the legis
159 Mature in that state. The humble pil- Hayden, W. S.
COMING EVENTS
Old v. M. C. A. Baseketball Team to
Practice Up for Two Games
With the Qulney
Maroons.
The gymnasium of the Y. M. C. A.,
which has been closed on account of
the fear of the spread or smallpox
SS'»"«O"
The t€,am
Andrews,
Cleveland Fight Promoter Will
to Arrange Bout for
Les Darcy.
Bear, P. V. ..
Beaver, M. C.
Blakemore. C.
Borke, Ike ...
Brudewald, 8.
Field, A. J.
Miss Mildred Foreman, instructor,
in the Web schools, Is spending her Harter, A. B.
vacation with home folks, J. T. In
grim and family.
Wednesday evening a Rook party
was enjoyed by a merry crowd, at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Dilts.
Mrs. Belle Bicksler is entertaining
her sister, Mrs. Ida Nicol, from Si
loam Springs. Arkansas.
Ladies' Aid of the Congregational
church met at the home of Mrs. Kel
ler Tuesday afternoon.
f„rT,i„nt„d
opened Tuesday, January 2 with
rounds (foul) and again in twenty ,f "Overlands" is now claimant to other relatives during his vacation.
the rnl9- rounds'the
title of the best
down ,b0^ *n°cked in the Mississippi valley, and it will
Milwaukee. thelay!
day, waiting for Les Darcy's answer and csiecially fellows home from col
to an offer of $25,000 for a ten-round lege who are dropping in for a good
scrap to be pulled off at Milwaukee. jv!slt with aach other. All agree that
Andrews isn't particular who faces there is no rlace quite so agreeable
the Australian. Darcy's opponent iand no atmosphere quite so cordial as
probably will b= picked from Jack Dil- that around ths Keokuk asociation.
Ion, Billy Mlske, Battling Levin sky
and Mike Gibbons.
MAT HINKEL
GOTHAM BOUND
Try
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
NEW YORK, Dec. 27.—Mat Hinkel,
.i. 'Cleveland fight promoter, is due to
Vl^ i?5®Lw. T,^nr *h/ee,gafmes £°«M reach New York today. He is bring
last night in,
wUh hlm so re rta 8ay, 8ev-
Qu'ncy Marrons. with relative# at Basco.
The business men are getting ready
and
MILK REPORT
FOR DECEMBER
City Milk Inspector Present® Results
of Tests on Keokuk Milk to
City Council.
The following is taken from the city
milk inspector's report for Decem
ber. which was presented to the city
council today:
5*
p=
a.
Talley & Son
Wilsey, E
Wittich, W. H.
INFERNAL
the brains of
3
.... Much 12
... Slight 12
E. Slight 12
... Slight 12
E.. Much 13i£
... Slight 12
Keokuk Dairy Co. Slight 12
Jacobs, P.
Neyens, Geo.
Neyens, R. O. ... Slight 12
O'Blenness, R. O.
O'Brien, Jos Slight 12
Peerless Ice Cream
Co
Son ..
tewers, A. P. J.
Sittler Branch
Solids should not be
per cent.
12
Plank, E.
Rein Bros Much 12
Renaud & Starr Much 12
Sanitary Dairy Co. Slight 12
Schappoch, W. S. Slight 12
Scheevers, John.. 'Much 13%
305
Mu*h 13
Slight
Slight 12
Slight 12
Slight 12
Much 13
Slight 12
Sittler, Jos.
Davis Bros. ..
Ixng
St
MACHINE
Enough Nitro Gyloerine to Blow Resi
dence to Pieces, Was Found
in Front of House.
[(United Press Leased Wire Service]
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Dec. 27-
ative market and exchange to handle Two ounces of nitro-glycerine, enough
all the grain and live stock produced to have demolished the residence of] Rub Pain right out with sm#ll trial
ion Alabama farms.
Governor Spry and wrecked the neigh
borhood, were found in two glass
tubes of the infernal machine found
in front of the governor's house, ac
cording to State Chemist. Herman! nal treatment
the
time of the Hilfstrom case has been
placed on duty again, fearing an at
tempt to wreck the new $2,500,000
building, will be made.
VSi
CTIOS DAILY GATE CITY
GATE,
a11
ii the gym ought to be the greatest
Some Coming Events.
Tuesday evening, at the Y. W. C. A.
auditorium, the fourth number of the
th
K. O. Brown, Billy Murray and Gus jL* c"p:ches"ra. ^nT be" presented".'' school at Peoria, is at iiome for
The oid "Y" basketball team, famous vacation.
has been beaten by two!
for itg work ln the past
ia
to
services.
Mr. and Mrs. George Main have
gone to Grlggsville to spend the win
ter with their daughter, Mrs. Lena
Statts.
Miss Pearl Brough loft Saturday
for Lewistown, Mo., to spend her
Christmas vacation with her grand
mother, Mrs. TulL
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolfe and
baby of Placervllle, Mont., arrived
Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Wolfe. The baby Is suf
fering with pneumonia and friends
are alarmed over its condition.
Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt Maxwell of
Waterloo, Iowa, are visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Miller and
her brother Jake Miller and family.
classes and activities running on reg
ular schedule. There has been a lot
of anxiety on the part of the men and
toys who attend the gym classes to get
oack to work so there is not a doubt who is teaching^ at ^ntervlUe. Iowa,
but that when the work opens up it jare spending their vacation with their
will be with a rush, and the activities Parents.
Miss Ola Huston, who Is teaching
in Monmouth and Miss Eifna Huston,
Mr. and Mrs. George Rhea of Jack
sonville are visiting at the W. 0. Ly
on home.
Miss Helen Porter, after spending
Christmas with home folks, returned
to Quincy to resume her work.
Mkn/vi or ie of [h/ima
get to-j Gladstone Califf of the state nor
for two games with Quincy. !mal at Macomb, is visiting his
strengthened by Smith ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A'. Califf and
basketball team Miss Adele Harrison who Is attend-
lng
It .. .. out $435.18, balance cash on
Reeardless of the fact that tne gym
inasium of the Y. M. C. A. is closed for Also mortgage
CARTHAGE, ILL., DEC. 27.
All of the churches of the city held In the matter of the guardianship
Christmas services Sunday and in the: or Louis Lamet, guardian of Wm.
evening a number of entertainments Everett Howes, Dollie Evelyn Howes,
were given at the various churches. I Donald Reuben Howes and Charles
Midnight mass was held by the Raymond Howes, minors. Report
Episcopal church and six o'clock mass' shows received since last report,
at the Church of the Immaculate Con- SS3.14. Total paid out including taxes,
ceptlon. After mass. Father Landrath costs and guardan fees, $422.35. Bal
went to West Point where he iield ance^on hand $240.79. Balance notes
par-
school in St Lopis, Is visiting at!
try to p.oe h„ title by G. a puyphre, horn., and .!«, ^8^
and settlement and discharging ad
ministrator.
Jn the malter o{ Howes,
fer the annual volleyball meet at! Report of Louis Lamet. con
Quincy Jan. 2o, and one later in Keo-.
efVator ghowg receIpt8
Tom An«rew. WouW^ Give Australian jthe |tan*tSml'ttelofthfitoteof SarahL/oSvOT^deceiLS!
SSS
That A™""*Early Mill
B.
In­
857,90 paid
yfun"m£ of onds admlnistmor, with will an- SW% Section^26 and^sonth seventy-
Keokuk, and every hour in the day nexed. Order fixing December term: five acres SE% section
there are many members and friends »1G the adjustment term. !i»y debts,
COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa, Dec. 27.—: In the Green county courthouse yes
30 400 Noah Tate, a negro with Ave fingers terday.
and a thumb on each hand was an ob
20 375 {iect of interest in the police court re-1 PLATTSBTTRG, Mo., Dec. 27.—John
cently. Tate is employed at the Rock S. yan, former sheriff of Clinton
Island roundhouse and was prosecut-, ton county, died here Monday,
ing another negro for taking liberties
340 with a $20 bill in his locker. On one
360 of Tate's hands the extra finger is per
fectly shaped but the other is slightly
deformed.
18 370 DBS MOINES, Iowa. Dec. 27.—W. C.
Brown, state treasurer. F. C. Shaw.
24 365 editor of state, and W. S. Allen, sec-
310
retary of state, sayq they will reap
21 360 P^lnt *he present forces ln their de
3G6 partm°nts for the term beginning Jan
uary 1, 1917.
400
32 430 ILLINOI8.
.195 PARIS. HI., D"c. 27.—The city com
320 mlssiorers o* Paris hav» ssut»d an
370
313
less than 12
Cream not less than 16 per cent.
Sedftnent means dirt In solution.
..
all citv departments of anyone who
uses intoxicating liquor.
SP^INGFIEf/iJ, 111.. Dec. 27.—Back
'salary f» employs "f the state of 1111
no1s. ?i«charsrd bv or^e- cf the stnte
civil scrvi-e commission, and re-in
is'atod by the state supreme court,
will be paid as
a
result of the action
OUCH! ACHING JOINTS
bottle of old "St. Jacob's Oil."
Rheumatism Is "pain" only.
Stofl„"d™S^
1
B?h
—o —. -...-il treatment Stop drugging. Rub thf?rf* will be no school Hifn w*«ir a«
.Harms, who made a partial examina- soothing, penetrating "St. Jacob's Oil" the furnace is beinr reMireJ^viJl
tion of the bomb. I right into your sore, stiff, achins ard wffe LHaroe
I Six men are under arrest, three Joints, and relief comes ints*ntly. "St. spent Christmas with the if.
having been positively identified as Jacobs Oil" is a harmless rheumatism I rents Mr and Mrs flamiifil
haying been seen near the Spry home, liniment which never disappoints and
It is believed by the police that these can not burn the skin. Chas. Marshall and wife of Hamil
are accessories of the deed and that
Limber up! Quit
plot are still at a small trial bottle of old, honest "St George Marshall
large. Guards around the home of .Jacobs OH" at any drug store, and in The Baptist Sunday school save
the governor are doubled today and Just a moment you'll be free from
belonging to William Everett, $1,
224.24 balance notes belonging to
Dollle Evelyn, f1,362.82 balance
notes belonging to Donald Reuben, $1,
373.67 balance notes belonging to
Charles Raymond,. $1,37P.07. Report
approved.
In the matter of the estate of Flor
ence Howard, deceased. Order ap
proving final report of Wm. A. Dodge,
administrator. All debts paid and es
tate completely settled. Administrator
discharged.
ID»
the matter of the estate of John
W. Hendricks, deceased. Proof of his
death at Plymouth. December 14,1916.
Petition of Matilda E. Hendricks tor
letters of administration. Deceased
died leaving real estate mortgage for
$4,000 and left Isabel Chttwood, Nan
cy E. Hatch, Cora Salisbury, John T.
Hendricks, bis children, and Merrill,
Mabel and Pearl Tutwiner, his grand
children? who with Matilda K. Hen
dricks, the widow, petition the- ap
pointment of S. S. Groves as admin
istrator. Letters issued to S. S.
Groves. Bond in sum of $8,000. Ap
proved.
In the matter of the estate of John
George Hearne who is attending Stevenson, Objections filed
fnP
ft Kr Xfflrtrarpt StAVAflfinn. widow O# th®
by Margaret Stevenson, widow of the
deceased, to the report of appraisers,
allowing $800 as widow's award, and
asking for f2,000.
In the matter of the estate of John
H. Yeager, deceased. Report of Wm.
B. Kaiser, administrator, showing
amount received $7,136.21 and paid
3fi balance for
Illinois—Iowa—Missouri
IOWA.
OTTUMWA, Iowa, Dec. 27.—Mrs.
Mary Talbott, a former slave, celebrat
ed her 120th birthday anniversary with
a family dinner at the home of her
grandchildren here Christinas day.
distribution
In the matter of the estate of Mer
rlt Frank Carr, deceased. Sale bill
hand,
by
notes on
Saies
William Crear, administrator,
|if2l4.85.
Parker, deceased. Wm. E. Sym-. in, administrator, ordered to sell WVi
27 in 4-7, to
I of the state court of claims. The court
passed favorably on awards totaling
$4,135. In addition the coart allowed
for monies tied up in the Fergus suits.
STJ9GER, 111.. Dec. 27.—Thomas
King, aged 93 years, and his son of the
LOGAN, Iowa, Dec. 27.—Supervis- same name, aged 66, were burned to
ors have settled with the contractors death in afire which destroyed their
for cleaning out Allen creek ditch for frame dwelling here yesterday.
$63,000, and ior cleaning out Willow
creek ditch, $35,256. PARIS, 111., Dec. 27.—Guarding
against the spread of Terre Haute's
MASON CITY, Iowa, Dec. 27.—A sma'lro* epidemic to Paris, Mayor W.
man apparently twenty-flve years of H. Hcff has issjed an order compell
age, dressed in a Mack overcoat, walk-)ing all persons to be vaccinated who
ed into the First State bank of Nora! wre making trips between the two
Springs thrust a pistol In the face of cities.
the assistant cashier, Clifford Moody,'
demanded the cash drawer be opened, MISSOURI.
and while covering the cashier with SPRINGFlEf. I, Mo., Dec. 27.—
one hand robbed the drawer with the when signing some papers In connec
[other, securing $1,000 in bills of twen- tion with a deed to his farm near here,
!ty and less denominations. He then Joseph C. O'Day, aged 53, a brother of
IS 370 escaped. I the late John O'Day, former president
of.g (of the Krisco railroad, dropped dead
38)|
ELVASTON, ILL.
We have enjoyed a white Christ
mas but this morning looks like the
8now will be swept away toy rain, as
it has been raining most of the night
and this morning we see black spots
of ground.
The Hamilton basketball team came
out Christmas afternoon and played
Elvaston team to the tune of 26 to
32 In favor of Elvaston. Some of the
boys got badly bumped, but that Is
generally expected.
Mrs. Mary Pomroy, who suffered a
326 ordr prohib'tinR the employment in revere P^^tic str^ke several weeks decorations and large Christmas
ago. is still very weak and Is a great
sufferer.
Quite a number of our townfolks
h»ve
sore throats.
Henry Page and (daughter, Myra,
who have been visiting In our com
?".unity for a few days, will depart
Thursday for their new home^ln
Louisiana.
Clarence Ruddeil and family of
Springfield are spending the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Ruddeil.
'Mrs. Ida Pilcher aftd son, Lloyd,
are visiting relatives in Peoria over
Christmas.
heatln*
and
CDJIilil I
ORE YEAR
Mr. and 'Mrs. Wm. Sj Mack spent
Christmas at his daughter's home,
Mrs. J. Ross Swigert, for dinner and
sapper, where they met other friends
and report a Joyous Christmas. Hospital records show that
other relatives' and friends
complaining! Get ton, spent Christmas with his -brother,
1
the guard at the state capitol at the rheumatic pain, soreness and stiffness, nrday evening to a crowded house
Don suffer! Relief awaits you. "St, The program was as follows:
Jacobs Oil' is Just as good for scl-. Song—There Is Glory Everywhere,
atica. neuralgia, lumbago, backache,!by choir.
sprains. 4 Prajer—By Mr. Carrey.
their ChrMtmA entertainment Sat-
AT
a
Recitation—Florenae Brunney.
Solo—'Ruth Poland.
Recitation—Helen Enslow.
E2xerclse and lullaby song, by seven
small girls.
Coming of Santa Claus.
Solo by iMrytle Walker, To Santa
Clans.
Distribution of presents and candy
and oranges to the school.
Hecltatlon—"Goodnight," by Myrtle
Wilker.
Hurrah! How's This
Cincinnati authority say* corns
dry up and lift out
with fingers.
Our school has been having its 1 time you cut a corn you invite lock
vacation the past week on account of! Jaw or blood poison, which Is need-
the bursting of the cylinder to the
»nd in consequence
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Present a complete new Show
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TheFighting Parstro"
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NOTICE—Owing to the fact that so many people come to the
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•••••••••••••••••••OB
iRecltatlon—Carl Newman.
Recitation—(Nolly Mondon.
Exercise and song—The Angels
(Message, by Henry Webster, Harold
Ikerd and Ray Poland.
Recitation—Mary Monroe.
Solo—Blanche Pierrot.
Recitation—Ruth Poland.
Recitation—Elmer Mendon.
Duet—Miss Velma Webster and
Mis* 'Elsie Pennington.
Recitation—Beulah Newman.
Song, by the high school Girls'
Glee club.
Recitation—Edna Swenson.
Recitation—Matole Webster.
Recitation—Grace Monroe.
Song—When Our Dear Old Santa
Comes, by the Sunday school.
The church was beautiful with its
tree laden with gifts.
tMr. and Mrs. Daniel Brant and son
and daughter of Pawnee City, Neb.,
are visiting with the families of
James Wedding and John Brant.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rohrbough and
son of Spokane, Wash., are visiting
every
less, says a Cincinnati authority, who
tells you that a quarter ounce of a
drug called free
zone can be obtained
at little cost from the drag store but
Is sufficient to rid one's feet of every
hard or soft corn or calltts.
You simply apply a few drops of
freezone on a tender, aching corn and
soreness is instantly relieved. Short-
I
m.
20c
TODAY—Main Floor
Balcony 10c. J"
•\:A'
ftt$
7,
6 and 10c. Triangle.
8 and 9:19
FRANK KEENAN
The Thoroughbred
Thrilling story of a minister, the pad
dock and the race-track, In whioh ha
wlno—and regrets. ALSO
"The French Milliner"
Keystone farce, with charming
FAY TINCHER
TOMORROW—4:30, 7, 8, 9:15
Mae Marsh and
,Robt. Harron
In a whimsical photo-play of fibs
"THE
UTTLE LIAR99
Also MACK SWAIN
In a ridiculously comic Keystone
"VAMPIRE AMBROSE."
with Mrs. Alpha Thomas. We under
stand they are Intending to move here
in the near future.
Rev. Etaslow preached for the Bap
tists ln Clayton, Sunday.
Rev. Williams of near LaGrange,
Mo., will preach at the Baptist church
next Sunday, both morning and even
ing.
The Christmas entertainment at
the Presbyterian church Monday even
ing was well rendered to a large
crowd present.
Lumberman is Dead.
[United Press Leased
ly th entire corn can be lifted out, Uriel L. Clark, owner of
root and all, without pain. I lumber tracts throughout the United
This drug is sticky
but
Wire Service.!
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Dec. 27.—The bodr
dries at once States, was sent to Hunter Creek,
and is claimed to just shrivel up any Michigan, today for burial. Clark died
corn without inflaming or even ir- at his home here late yesterday. He
ritating the surrounding tissue or nad been in ill health since 1914 when
skin. he was stricken with apoplexy. H®
It your wife wears high heels she was born at Hunter's Creek. October
will to dad la toom
oi
tMa. 1854. t"
extensive

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